Former softball standout to host lessons in Pinson
By Gary Lloyd
Former Wallace State Community College softball player Jordana Crowdis will be performing hitting lessons in Pinson at the high school’s softball field.
Days are not exact, and Crowdis will set schedules by the number of athletes she has. The schedule is on a person-to-person basis right now.
Crowdis played at Wallace State from 2005-2007. She batted .360 in 2005 and batted at a .358 clip in 2006. She ranked fourth in her division with a .475 slugging percentage and fourth in the division in runs batted in.
In high school, Crowdis’ four-year batting average was .685 and led her team in RBIs all four years. Crowdis was the United States Marine Corps’ distinguished athlete of the year in 2005.
Crowdis has worked as a pitching and hitting instructor at The Sports Clinic in Dothan and has owned her own softball facility.
For more information or to schedule an instruction, contact Crowdis at 229-309-2120 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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